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Below are five songs for you to download, stick on your iPod, and enjoy in the Summer sunshine. With tracks from Hadouken, We Have Band, Sunshine Underground and, Supergrasss side project, The Hot Rats, there's something for everyone.



The Hot Rats - Big Sky



We Have Band - Honeytrap



Sunshine Underground - In Your Arms



Hadouken - Turn The Lights Out



Hadouken - Mic Check (L’amour La Morgue Edition)



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As an added bonus, you can still download our last batch of free songs too!



Noah and the Whale - Blues Skies (YACHT remix)



Paul White - Alien Nature



Grizzly Bear - Cheerleader



Nathan Fake - Narrier



Dananananykroyd - Black Wax



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As well as downloading our bang up to date recommendations for 2010, you can also enjoy our previous playlist 'The Very Best Of 2009'.



Listen in while you read about each of the contributing bands below.



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The Hot Rats – Big Sky





What do you get when you take two-thirds of Supergrass, a world-renowned Radiohead producer, two spare weeks, a plethora of fine wines and a selection of your all time favourite songs? It’s simple. You’d get some good times courtesy of The Hot Rats. Their debut album ‘Turn Ons’ - Danny Goffey, Gaz Coombes and Nigel Godrich’s extra curricular project - takes the form of twelve outstanding songs, each covered with a contemporary twist by a contemporary band, and it only took two weeks to record..



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We Have Band – Honeytrap





Have band will travel. A long fucking way, if WHB’s blitzkrieg tour schedule is to be believed. It runs beside the trio’s debut album, out this month, which is coloured with carefree sexuality and nu-disco synth references that span from ESG, LCD Soundsystem to Charlotte Gainsbourg. The band produced their album WHB unsigned, preferring to define their own tours and production values. They have done a pretty damn decent job of it, touring Russia, SXSW and even Dubai. They won Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition, which propelled them, unsigned, to the main stage, and into the production house of Gareth Jones [Depeche Mode] who arranged their album.



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Sunshine Underground – Honeytrap





Bursting onto the scene back in 2006 with their debut album ‘Raise The Alarm’, The Sunshine Underground are like a fever you actually want to catch. Formed in Leeds via Shrewsbury, the band have since sold out headline tours and supported the likes of LCD Soundsystem and Black Grape. Now, after three years spent touring and soaking up the plaudits from their debut, they’ve jumped back on the radar with their second album ‘Nobody’s Coming To Save You’ and are ready to dismiss the Nu Rave tag once and for all.



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Hadouken – Turn The Lights Out / Mic Check





Hadouken! are one of Britain's most controversial acts. Daring to mix indie with grime, the resulting blend has sparked furious debate with some urban music fans accusing the band of diluting a fresh musical form. Debut album 'Music For An Accelerated Culture' split listeners, with some donning neon baseball caps and joining the band on tour. Now Hadouken are back with a UK tour and new album; 'For The Masses¹ has been released on their own Surface Noise Recordings and, as produced by drum and bass heavyweight Noisia, has seen them return to the fray with a more evolved darker sound.



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